from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being unknowing; ignorance.
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- noun The quality of not
knowing; ignoranceof something.
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- noun unconsciousness resulting from lack of knowledge or attention
- noun ignorance (especially of orthodox beliefs)
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Even though Nick Garza is never mentioned by name, the poems are intended to reflect the sensation of "unknowingness" that surrounded his disappearance.
A state of blessed "unknowingness" that is markedly different from ignorance.
A movement like this can help a nation by acting as a corrective, or it can descend into a corrosive populism that celebrates unknowingness as authenticity, that confuses showiness with seriousness and vulgarity with true conviction.
No matter how momentous the events they recount — or even if there is nothing to recount — diaries display a fundamental unknowingness about how things will turn out, which is an ingredient that the best works of narrative history can almost never capture.
This place of unknowingness is, of course, where all of us live.
I think a book that can make me think, remind me of terror and my unknowingness, well, that's a book worth reading, even if it doesn't answer all the questions I want to ask.
And so we routinely celebrate our current level of unknowingness.
Nothing can change the knowledge giving you by god, into and unknowingness.
Reading the book brings back the wonder, the terror, and the feelings of unknowingness I had when I first saw Julia's tatoo.
How were you able to console them at that time of unknowingness?